Green is a brilliantly successful British entrepreneur, but his family tax arrangements are very complicated and he would not get elected to the kind of Tory club to which David Cameron once belonged.
Err, yes, OK, I think that it\’s probably true that the Bullingdon Club probably wouldn\’t elect some Jew in the rag trade, one who left school at 15, as a member.
But, erm, aren\’t we rather supposed to go beyond such prejudices when working out who we might ask to help out in running the country?
Even, possibly, consider what people are rather than where they came from?
I\’m really not sure whether White hasn\’t quite thought through this sneer as yet (that an Oxford University dining club wouldn\’t elect someone who didn\’t go to Oxford University for example) or whether he really does mean to bring up the \”Jew\” and the \”trade\” bit.